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Product: Audio CD
Title: Play
Label: V2. / Bmg
Artist: Moby
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
An amazing play...

I think it is one of the best CDs I've ever got. It is unique, alive, real, simple, both tough and sensitive. It is amazing that all 18 songs are that good. You do not have to be just rock, jazz, funk, or whatever to listen to it. It is an experience somebody has to live ... It is primitive rythm!

Product: Audio CD
Title: In The Zone
Label: Jive
Artist: Britney Spears
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
the new britney

Britney is evolving into another level of pop success...this cd is by far her best produced cd and best sounding. definetely worth the buy

Product: Audio CD
Title: One More Chance, Part 1
Label: Wea International
Artist: Madonna
Rating: 4/5
Customer rating - 4 out of 5
Even Trend-Setters Get The Blues

One of Madonna's most underrated songs. Released in 1996 in Europe and Australasia and spent a decent few weeks in the UK charts. This single had very little backing and was released just to fill a time gap between the release of Something To Remember and Evita. There was a compilation of clips put together by MTV and NOT by her records company to "promote" the track even though the video was releases after the single had been around for a while. The song itself is enjoyable especially on those rainy days when you begin to miss people you don't even know. It shows a softer side of a unmistakable trend-setter.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Born to Run
Label: Sony
Artist: Bruce Springsteen
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Truly stupendous...

This is an album that can surely hold its own with any released over the past half-century, ever since rock-n-roll was in its infancy. Everything about it seems to have been said in other reviews, so I'll make this brief.
There is barely a weak moment on this album, and any perceieved weakness is only in comparison to the rest of the songs on the album. The best songs on the album (Jungleland, Thunder Road, and the title track) are timeless classics (to use a tired cliche) that will be listened to for years to come, and even the weaker ones would be amongst the highlights of a lesser album.
Not much else really needs to be said about this album; if you have even the slightest interest in classic rock, or rock music in general, this is a must have album...